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"doctor dairy" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:07 min | 10 months ago

"doctor dairy" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"This message comes from USA facts, a 2022 lead sponsor of the indicator from planet money. To find solutions to issues, Americans need to understand how the government serves the people. USA facts, analyzes government metrics, so everyone can see our nation in numbers. Visit USA facts, dot org. The following message comes from NPR sponsor plaid, plaid helps ensure that you can stay in control of your financial information, giving you tools like plaid portal to control which apps can access data you've shared through plaid to learn more, visit plaid dot com today. So let's dive into some of the problems and solutions that come up in essays in the book. Of course, I want to start with the economics chapter. I couldn't help it. You knew this was coming. Naturally. There is a really fascinating essay by Karl from wesleyan university, which may not be super exciting for most readers. But I was like off the charts excited. My heart rate went up. And the title is how the Federal Reserve can help black workers. Yes. For a lot of people, the Federal Reserve is a very kind of esoteric, you know, it's like the raising lower interest rates that get very boring speeches. It's like how can they possibly help black workers in the U.S.? So lay out the strategy that Carl presents. So essentially, you talked about the FOMC, which is the federal open market committee's statement on the longer run goals and monetary policy strategy. The FMC right now is being used to ensure that not only is the recovery broad based, but it's also as inclusive as possible. And he cites it as a way to think about, okay, if we're going to ensure that we have inclusive economic recovery moving forward, black workers are really, really good proxy for that. So we can't say that the unemployment rate is dropping for everyone if black workers are still very much out of work and they're unemployment rate is rising. So for example, I think there was some chatter some time ago where people were saying, oh, things are improving, but then if you actually disaggregated the data, black women's unemployment rate actually jumped. So that's kind of what he's getting at, where it's, you know, we don't want to say that economic recovery for some is economic recovery for all. So in a let's talk about another essay from economist Kyle Moore. It's about stratification economics. And traditionally, I think people think of economics as how to best allocate scarce resources. That's sort of the initial puzzle. But from what I understand stratification economics is a way to explain economic inequality that looks at how different groups of people are separated or stratified in a society. And the essay starts out talking about how we need to actually look at all of economics a little bit differently in order to address and solve these issues. Absolutely. Yes, I think that his essay is really shocking. Yes. And I mean, the entire book is pretty shocking. It's just facts to be Frank. The facts are pretty bad, so we need like way better solutions. And his assay, I really love it because he lays out the facts in a very clear way. Like this idea, for example, that the racial gap in earnings or in employment is due to some sort of education and skills gap, is something that we should actually question, right? And this is very much where stratification economics comes from. There are structural factors that essentially limit opportunity from the very get go. And so how do you then factor that into someone's quote unquote individual decision to maximize their utility? And so the way that he thinks about stratification economics is that he says, look, it should be used to evaluate the structural influences that impact the U.S. economy at the intersection of race class and gender. And the economists that I've really pioneered this, who have sort of said, look, racial injustice is in the DNA of America, we can't just ignore it when we're talking about the economy. I also feel like it kind of looks at the economy more of as like a living thing rather than like a machine and you put X in one side and why should come out the other side. But of course, it's messy. It's like a living organism, all the good and bad that come with that. That's exactly it. That's I love the way you describe that. The economy is living, right? And one thing that I loved from my microeconomic theory class was that, you know, my professor said, you know, not every efficient market equilibrium is a fair equilibrium, or welfare maximizing equilibrium. And I think that that's a really poignant point, right? This idea of like, yeah, you might have the market workout an efficient outcome, but that efficient outcome might be completely unfair to different groups. And I think that that's what Kyle's es ultimately gets at that. The way that the market is constructed currently, you know, the economy is constructed currently is unfair to black people. So we need to think about ways to mitigate that. And one really interesting solution comes up in the book and the essay of William darity junior who yeah, it's very well known economists often called sandy darity. Doctor Derrick, he talks about reparations and an economic Bill of rights. Talk a little bit about those two concepts. Yeah, so reparations from the perspective of doctor dairy's essay says, if you are African American, meaning that your descendants are formally enslaved, African Americans, then America definitely owes you something and they owe you money, right? This idea of the entire economy was built off of the slavery system that existed, then segregation, then Jim Crow, and arguably the prison system, the prison industrial complex. And so all of these things compounded upon each other have made folks who are not black, lots and lots of money. And that's why it's incredibly important that folks who are looking to mitigate the economic realities that black Americans are facing disproportionately, think to reparations as a possible way to do that. Yes. And he brings up the statistic, which is very stark, which is he says, one fourth of white households have a net worth of more than a $1 million. So a quarter. And 4% of black households have wealth of more than a $1 million. Yep. And he like directly ties this back to slavery to the systemic racism in the U.S. and how that's played out in markets and housing and everything. And he also talks about, you know, the economic Bill of rights, which he sees as a program of universal benefits guaranteed to all Americans, and so the way that he breaks that down is that everybody gets Internet. Internet is something that connects us all, but it also connects us to opportunities, specifically economic opportunities. And so we need to think about bold solutions that address those disparities and get at the root cause of them. Anna, you put this book together, you gathered experts from all these different fields and collected these essays. I'm wondering what your takeaway was from this project. Yeah, so my takeaway really boils down to three words. Oh, actually four. Listen to black people. Seriously. Like, listen to black people. And when I say that, I mean, black folks have been saying a lot of these ideas for a very, very long time. You know? And the truth of the matter is the best outcome for black people is a better outcome for everyone else. And that is the biggest takeaway from this book. Whatever is happening with the black American community in the United States is indicative of what is happening to those who are most marginalized and in my opinion those who might become marginalized in the future. And so it's incredibly important that we use our policy solutions to gear them towards the black American community to ensure that they have the resources that they need to thrive and live in incredible life in the American context. And a gifty apocalypse edited the new book, the black agenda, bold solutions for a broken system..

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"doctor dairy" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"doctor dairy" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Nasty but it's home to get the cook ran. How mostly it's because my nostrils. Mostly it's because of my stuff. But i think my stuffy noses i think it's hormonal. I think it's what's my other theory. Also i need to get a air purifier in this apartment. Yeah i- biohazard. I got one weekend. I got one make such a fortunately to get friends. it's actually who are mutual friends. Sev- works for. Oh yeah let me get the name. Because i don't i don't know offhand. They make their air purifiers water purifiers. I'll get the name but yes made such because has terrible allergy. Yeah and he's like wait. Why am i right. Aren't they that bad. And i turned it on high and it's just been drought. Which in in the air. It feels really really good. I've never had allergies. Knock on wood. So i don't know i only by proxy and feeling the pain of like sean can't breathe. It is like his is a hormone. There actually is a lot of research when you have high estrogen You're more likely to have allergies. Were so i was thinking too. I'm like how my estrogen potentially off in the past couple of months compared to my professor. And i always think of an also to how what am i eating. That could potentially be allergy inducing. A lot of nuts. Yup because if i have a lot of nuts all the time did not can also contribute to the allergies. But i also need a really good air purifier. And don't they say like Not your immune system is down. Yes there is something a little bit also too. It's like if you have a lot of something that you're larger to get leaky gut and that could really mess up with your immunity as well. But we just named ten different. I get crabs and the crabs get allergies to thing. We are not doctors dairy. Obviously i hope i hope at the beginning of the episode. Not notch shed doc. Yeah but the stuff by so today. We had a session where we had an interview with manila. That's coming out soon. She is intuitive in healer. And she's just so under the radar. Which is my favorite thing. Yeah and when peeps is under the radar so we were talking with manuela. We were talking about how she's in apprenticed with a lot of different elders. And i was thinking about how in our western culture. We just don't value elders. And we almost like siphon off elderly people into homes and i almost wonder if it's because we value youth and children's so much because we wanna always in our minds get back to that because we always abandoned our inner child and then also to it's like the media values them because they're programmable and so it's like you can program the kids And the younger people but the elderly people you can't and when you siphon them off into homes and other places then you keep everyone from receiving the wisdom of like elders older for. Yeah i i also feel like you know. Sitting with an elder is like confronting for some people. yeah like. It's like looking at their future of like getting older. Yeah of of death of all of these things and we also talked about not actually in our other interview that we had today just on this resistance and like kind of disgust getting older and like having kind of these disorders around like a changing as like you just age and how that is like basically something that we are sold a lot of things to take care of. Yeah it was actually funny. The a few weeks ago we went to visit mom. She lives outside of the city and every single sunday and his mom sixty seven every single sunday. She goes to visit ms facey. Who is she's ninety two..

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"doctor dairy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"doctor dairy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is Arizona's new station K T a R news 92 3 FM. From ABC News. I'm Dave Packer, another grim coronavirus milestone for the United States more than 350,000. Americans have now died from covert 19. The vaccine rollout starting slow. A lot of this is because public health care systems that are already taxed with contact, tracing and managing this actual coded 19 disease are also tax with distributing this vaccine, and they need more help. ABC News, Medical contributor Doctor dairy and sudden But Dr Anthony Fauci and maybe sees this week says things will eventually ramp up on by summer. The U. S should have something approaching herd immunity level from April. May, June, July and August. We do the kind of vaccine implementation that I'm talking about at least a million people a day and maybe more. By the time we end the summer and get to the fall, we will have achieved that level of herd immunity that I think will get us back to some form of normality. Meanwhile, in California, now the epicenter of the U. S Coronavirus Crisis hospital setting a parking lot tents, ambulances waiting up to eight hours. Discharge patients. Some funeral homes, turning away family simply no room for the bodies. 117th CONGRESS convening today, a busy week ahead of Capitol Hill prepares to certify results of the presidential election. Republicans are taking a president Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud. In a statement to ABC News, vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff says Pence shares the concerns of millions of Americans about voter fraud and irregularities in the last election, Dozens of Republican lawmakers are expected to object to certifying the electoral college vote in a joint session of Congress Wednesday. They are demanding a special investigation into allegations of election fraud. Even though recounts audits, courts and state legislatures found no white spread problems. Christine Sloan ABC News Travel today could be the busiest of the entire pandemic already won 15 million people have flown this holiday season. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station. Use station K t a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K T A. R calm and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic now. You know, Two good Sunday morning. I'm John Rourke. A man is dead after a fiery early morning crash with the Valley mental light rail train. Tempe Police say the crash happened near Center Parkway in Washington, but around 12 30 this morning when the man's car collided with the front end of the train. Police say the driver died of the scene. The train operator suffered minor injuries. No passengers. On the train of the time. Meantime, a DHS adding an additional 17,234 positive coronavirus cases this morning. This brings the total number of positive cases now toe more than 556,000. No deaths to report the Arizona death toll now stands at 9061. Let's get a check on traffic right now, my Daniel always live in the Valley. Chevy dealers Traffic. Seven. Ramp closures Continue. John Luke, one East and West found We have the on and off ramps closed at Seventh Avenue. And 19th Avenue for the improvement project going on there now the ice 17 frontage Road south bound in men's clothes and cactus to Peoria Avenue for strong brain work. Now we all said the 17 South found on ran close that Cactus road 17 South bound, offering clothes at Peoria. He's closes in effect till the end of February, and it crashed Clarice ages 32nd Street and Indian School Road they supported sponsored by Allstate. With all say, you can really save. Find out just how much you can save today, Visit all ST dot com or Colin agent to get a quote. I'm.

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"doctor dairy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"doctor dairy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"King of the que from ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Another grim coronavirus milestone for the United States more than 350,000 Americans have now died from covert 19 the vaccine rollout starting slow. A lot of this is because public health care systems that are already taxed with contact, tracing and managing this actual coded 19 disease are also tax. Distributing this vaccine, and they need more help. ABC News, Medical contributor Doctor dairy and sudden but Dr Anthony Fauci on ABC s this week says things will eventually ramp up. I'm by summer, the U. S. Should have something approaching herd immunity level from April. May, June, July and August. We do the kind of vaccine implementation that I'm talking about, at least. Million people a day and maybe more. By the time we end the summer and get to the fall, we will have achieved that level of herd immunity that I think will get us back to some form of normality. Meanwhile, in California, now the epicenter of the U. S Coronavirus Crisis hospital setting a parking lot tents, ambulances waiting up to eight hours discharge patients. Some funeral homes, turning away family simply no room for the bodies. The 117th Congress convening today, a busy week ahead is capital. Little Prepares to certify results of the presidential election, Republicans are taking up President Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud. In a statement to ABC News, vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff, says Pence shares the concerns of millions of Americans. About voter fraud and irregularities In the last election, Dozens of Republican lawmakers are expected to object a certifying the electoral college vote in a joint session of Congress Wednesday they are demanding a special investigation into allegations of election fraud. Even though recounts audits, courts and state legislatures found no white spread problems. Christine Sloan. ABC News Travel today could be the busiest of the entire pandemic already won 15 million people have flown this holiday season. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Health officials want to know why L. A restaurants are a hot spot for workers to get coated 19, November and December. The grocery workers union reports there were covert 19 infections and.

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"doctor dairy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"doctor dairy" Discussed on KGO 810

"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard. Another grim coronavirus milestone for the United States more than 350,000. Americans have now died from covert 19. The vaccine rollout starting slow. A lot of this is because public health care systems that are already taxed with contact tracing and managing this actual covert 19 disease are also tax with distributing this vaccine, and they need more help. ABC News, Medical contributor Doctor dairy and sudden But Dr Anthony Fauci on ABC is this week says Things will eventually ramp up on by summer. The U. S should have something approaching herd immunity level from April. May, June, July and August. We do the kind of vaccine implementation that I'm talking about at least a million people a day and maybe more. By the time we end the summer and get to the fall, we will have achieved that level of herd immunity that I think will get us back to some form of normality it. Meanwhile, in California, now the epicenter of the U. S Coronavirus Crisis Hospital setting a parking lot tents, ambulances waiting up to eight hours. The discharge patients some funeral homes, turning away family simply no room for the bodies. 117th Congress convening today. A busy week ahead is capital. Little Prepares to certify results of the presidential election, Republicans are taking up President Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud. In a statement to ABC News, vice president Mike Pence's chief of staff says Pence shares the concerns of millions of Americans about voter fraud and irregularities in the last election, Dozens of Republican lawmakers are expected to object to certifying the electoral college vote in a joint session of Congress Wednesday. They are demanding a special investigation into allegations of election fraud. Even though recounts audits, courts and state legislatures found no white spread problems. Christine Sloan ABC News Travel today could be the busiest of the entire pandemic already won 15 million people have flown this holiday season. You're listening. To ABC News now checking KGO traffic 5 80 eastbound, just east of MacArthur Boulevard. The slow lane has a dead animal in it Vehicles air swerving to avoid 5 80 eastbound just west of Harrison in Oakland, some trash in the slow lane. 80 East found just west of leisure town in Solano County. This has a ladder, locking the left lane. In the South Bay. A major injury accident roll over on 11 North bandit dela Cruz Boulevard, just past the on ramp there. The left lane blocks each piece still has the ramp itself blocks. Foggy conditions on the Bay Bridge, Dunbarton Bridge and on the car keen as bridge with KGO traffic. I'm Dean Michael's following show is paid for by peak Financial Freedom Group LLC. The views, opinions and beliefs expressed oh those of Peak Financial Freedom Group LLC and don't necessarily reflect those of the staff management ownership of KGO ksfo, cumulus media or other partners. The following program is a paid.

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